Lea can serve as a care assistant in rehabilitation clinics and help in performing daily care activities and therapies of patients. Lea can be used in clinical rehabilitation treatment, to increase hours of training and allow patient to train independently in their own time in addition to the training time with professionals. This will allow for a quicker recovery and stimulate the independence of the patient.
Lea can be adjusted to the user, such as settings of the handgrips, posture correction, movement speed, obstacle detection, easiness of turning especially for patients with difficulty in one arm. Lea can measure strength and stability during walking and training, which can be further used to assess the patient state and adjust the therapy.
Lea in training room
Lea can be used in the training room for preparation and regular performance of training programs. Parameters that could be set and measured are speed and direction of walking, as well as the strength distribution and balance stability.
Lea can be deployed with different patients, and in addition Lea could be used for a group training. Lea will motivate the patients to be more mobile while at the same time offering them extra stability and freedom of movement.
As soon as patients can be discharged, Lea can be set up to serve as a personal assistant that will help with daily activities. Also training that need to be performed home can be done with Lea, where Lea can guide and correct in the process. Lea can also measure the progress of performed exercises and send an update of the patient state to the care staff.
Lea offers extra social and cognitive functionalities as additional support for the patients. Further, Lea can set personal daily schedule and motivate and remind the user to perform specific daily activities such as medicine use or eating and drinking.